Electricians, cotton balls, crocodiles, DVD players, and sandstone…
Without hierarchies, all objects slump to the finish line and they all win.
These particular objects, sculptures and paintings, suggest solutions. They are proposals for objects and, simultaneously, are the ultimate and complete versions of themselves. They come to rest in their natural states after emphasizing the lean, the sudden jump, the slow turn, the heaviest limb, the thinnest line. They are reminders and also wholly new.
And then their interactions make them new again: the highlight, the spotlight, ambient sound and peripheral vision all in one.
Stacy Fisher has exhibited at Regina Rex, Jeff Bailey Gallery, Thierry Goldberg Projects, Horton Gallery, Allegra La Viola and Daily Operation in New York, as well as Nudashank in Baltimore. In 2011, she exhibited with Gary Panter in a two-person show at Cleopatra’s in Brooklyn. She has received fellowships from the Edward F. Albee Foundation and The Vermont Studio Center. Fisher lives and works in Brooklyn.
Allison Miller is represented by Susan Inglett Gallery, New York and has exhibited at ACME., Los Angeles. She has been included in group exhibitions at the Orange County Museum of Art, Ameringer McEnery and Yohe, New York, D’Amelio Terras, New York, Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills, the Las Vegas Museum of Art and the Art Gallery of Calgary. She was recently included in the Hammer Museum’s Made in LA, 2012. Miller lives and works in Los Angeles.